Tamper Proof

November 30th, 2004 by Editor B

Every week, Xy has her students write sentences using vocabulary words — pretty standard stuff, dictated by the school system.

This week, one of the words is “tamper,” and one of the students wrote the following sentence:

The dead baby of my auntie died in her stomach for a week so, when my brother was trying to touch it, my mom said, “Don’t tamper it.”

3 Responses to “Tamper Proof”

  1. Chris Says:

    YIKES!

  2. ned Says:

    surely you shouldn’t tamper with your aunt’s dead baby; smart kid. (congrats on the novella!)

  3. Michael Says:

    I wish that when I was growing up that I had an aunt that was so cool and hip to medical lingo. If so, maybe my dead baby brother would still be alive today in mom’s stomach.

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